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Popular Education: La Jolla School Launches Distance Education

Updated on April 17, 2020

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In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the San Diego Unified School District is moving to "distance learning" online this month. The soft launch of home teaching on the computer took place on April 6.

Those who need laptops carefully line up until April 10 to get them from this area.

According to a press report, students will be rewarded for their work for three weeks from April 6 to April 24, although the material will not be evaluated. On April 27, the standard instruction for traditional schools (May 11 for schools throughout the year) will continue for the remainder of the academic year.

"This anxiety may change the way we operate, but it does not change who we are as educators or who we are as a region," said Superintendent Cindy Morton. Professionals and dedicated students are always striving to come up with a plan to connect with their teachers. "

Within a week of distance learning, La Jolla students and parents of the public school returned to their new academic state, some of whom admitted to having "mixed feelings" about learning at home.

A 10-year-old student at Alicia La Jolla Elementary School and her brother Gabriel Muirlands Middle School at the Lopez-Vargas home.

Gabriel told Light, "I can get up and start sometime and don't want to go to school, but I don't want to, because I'm locked in my house. Don't go to me. List all thoughts. But teachers every day (our digital classroom) outline the job. It's like being in a classroom; a teacher won't come with you. "

Alicia has a hard time answering the teacher's questions. But he said: (When there are Google Hangouts, they can make requests. This is a bit difficult, but in most cases it is.)

5th-year student Alicia left the school in June but was behind a computer screen. "I'm frustrated because I didn't get (holiday) approval. I'm sorry, I didn't visit my friends and teachers, but I am happy to graduate from high school. I look forward to making new friends.

Regarding distance education, he added: "I don't like it very much. I want to contact my classmates at school. I log in when I am happy, but it is difficult because I don't always want to do well.

Bishop School

Bishop schools have their own outriggers, which can be used to accelerate distance learning while complying with the same contracts as public schools.

High school students attend spring break every year and can plan to travel to Canary de Coalmine in Italy this year.

In mid-February, Principal Ron Kim began to pay attention to the virus and its impact on travel.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

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